What are some benefits of high speed travel via cartrainor airplane?
gh speed travel via car, train or airplane
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A typical commercial aircraft will travel at around 35,000 feet and will be moving at an airspeed of roughly 500-550 miles per hour, depending on the plane.
Flying from Istanbul, Turkey --> Sydney, Australia would take roughly 19hrs.
You get to your destination faster.
You get where you want to go faster
The high speed trains of Japan will nudge 200 mph.
High Speed Steel is not a type of steel. It is a designation given to any tool that is capable of cutting into or through steel at high speed. A drill bit for example.. Refer… to the question "What is the difference between mild steel and high speed steel" for a more thorough answer.
Commercial jets usually fly at 10,000 metres.\nHow high can planes fly? It gets technical:\n. \n. \nA manned air-breathing jet aircraft following an uncontrolled ballistic t…rajectory reached 37,650 metres (123,523 feet).\nA manned air-breathing jet aircraft in controlled horizontal flight flew at 25,929 m (85,069 ft).
The stratosphere (overlaying the tropopause) shows very little temperature differences and air density is very low meaning jets and/or planes burning a lot less fuel resulting… in further travel ranges. Also at temperatures of around minus 45 to minus 50 degrees Celsius (varying with latitude) there's no hazard of icing!
Low! To minimize the drag which grow with the square of the speed.
It varies. Normal commercial airplanes travel at approx 500 km/hr. The fastest ones can reach Mach 3-4.
The speed of sound does not travel. In the event that an airplane's airspeed is below Mach-1, the speed of sound is faster than the speed of the airplane. On the occas…ion and at the moment when the true indicated airspeed of an airship or an airplane is in excess of Mach-1, the airplane is at that time traveling faster than the speed of sound.
385 miles per hour.
Why do you not experience a drop in air pressure when you travel via airplanes even though airplanes travel at high altitudes?
It is because an aeroplane's cabin is pressurized, meaning that it is sealed off from the atmosphere. This prevents air escaping and keeps the pressure constant.
50 metres in 2 seconds is 25 metres per second.
About 630- 660 MPH.